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Metadata Display - Simple Record View

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Default display for DSpace items. If there is no value for a metadata element, no label will appear.

 

The following table lists metadata in the order it will display on the simple item view.

 

Label

Elements

Notes

Alternative Title

dc.title.alternative

 

Authors

dc.creator and dc.contributor.author

Typically only one or the other is used per item. For items with greater than 5 names, more/less collapse/expanse option is provided.

Architect

dc.contributor.architect

 

Illustrator

dc.contributor.illustrator

 

Photographer

dc.contributor.photographer

 

Performers

dc.contributor.performer

For items with greater than 5 names, more/less collapse/expanse option is provided.

Translator

dc.contributor.translator

 

Date

dc.date.original or dc.date.note or dc.date.issued

Only value for the first populated element will display on simple item view.

Abstract

dc.description.abstract

 

Description

dc.description

 

Citation

dc.identifier.citation

For methodology see https://tinyurl.com/yy9drvbl

Keyword

dc.subject

Typically used for faculty and thesis collections

Type

dc.type

Typically used for faculty collections

Publisher

dc.publisher

Rice department, Partner or just Rice University

Related Work(s)

dc.relation dc.relation.HasPart dc.relation.IsPartOf dc.relation.IsPartOfSeries dc.relation.IsReferencedBy

Label repeats per element

Citable link to this page

dc.identifier.uri

All items

Published Version

dc.identifier.doi

DOI guidelines, http://bit.ly/2HyJ5Ul

Link to related resources

dc.relation.uri

Typically used to link  to Rice Department or Center website version of document. (e.g Baker and Kinder)

Rights

dc.rights

This replaces the creative commons icon.

Link to License

dc.rights.uri  

 

Notes

  • For Code see file reusable-overrides.xsl
  • For list of collections with custom themes, see Custom metadata schema

 

Comments (1)

Monica said

at 10:23 am on May 1, 2019

Tinyurl to this page: https://tinyurl.com/yy6sl63g

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